Wing Span by Dimitrios Tsioumas

Alison Alhamed | September 28, 2012 | 9:18 AM
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Hair: Dimitrios Tsioumas
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: David Maderich
Fashion styling: Kimberly B.

NAHA’s 2012 “Hairstylist of the Year” and Goldwell’s International Artistic Master Dimitrios Tsioumas used his color skills to create these finishes inspired by Goldwell’s FasciNature trend collection.

London is calling and the awardwinning Tsioumas will be there to help guide and inspire the U.S. finalists at Goldwell’s Color Zoom Challenge, where finalists from dozens of countries come to compete live, in front of thousands of international artists, press and admirers.

Creative Colorist finalist Michelle Azouz from Tangles in Wichita Falls, Texas; New Talent finalist Michael Gierl from Mizu in New York City; and Partner finalist Daniel Rubin from Alpha Hair Design in Berkeley, Illinois; will be representing the U.S.

FasciNature has excited artists from around the world, resulting in a record number of entries for this competition. “This trend is all about how ‘technology meets nature,’” says Tsioumas. “All the colors and shapes are inspired by nature. They are beautiful, strong and asymmetrical.”

Wing Span: Color How-to

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